I can't see how You can avoid to end up paying for that - in one way or another. My experience is that International Diplomat Sales actually charges You indirectly for delivering the vehicle to You. However, You're only a phone call away from getting info in this matter (=call Trollhättan).Dr. Caramba said:Do they provide travel and hotel expenses?
Sounds like a phenomenal deal. Saab gives you $2,000 USD and then you're essentially given another $3000 USD off the sticker price. And there' no haggling on price! Sounds like a recent deal, especially if you want to visit Sweden!Rob in Atlanta said:The US website provides all the details: SAAB European Delivery I'm picking up my new 2006 Aero in about 2 weeks in Trollhättan on the 30th of September. SAAB USA provides $2,000 for you to use however you like, plus if you take delivery in Trollhättan they put you up in a hotel the night before your delivery, feed you a gourmet dinner at the hotel, pick you up from the airport or train station and deliver you from the hotel to the delivery center in the morning. The purchase price is direct from SAAB USA and is non negotiable - your local dealer only acts as SAAB USA's agent for the process. The purchase price is discounted approximately 8-9% from MSRP. There are some additional fees if you pick up your SAAB someplace other than Trollhättan or if you drop off at other locations. The website I linked to at the beginning of this post has all of the details you would want.